Stanley: Every Home Should Have One Trailer

Stanley: Every Home Should Have One Trailer (1984)

23 August 1984 93 mins

Stanley Dunstan is a young eccentric. The son and heir to a family fortune has eluded all attempts by his father to make him "normal", and escapes from attempts to incarcerate him in the family sanatorium. Stanley retreats to prove he can become "normal" on his own, and does so by tracking down Australia's most "normal" family with whom he moves in and on whom he models his behaviour. Stars Graham Kennedy, Nell Campbell, Peter Bensley and Michael Craig.

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Cast

Peter Bensley

as Stanley

Graham Kennedy

as Norm Norris

Nell Campbell

as Amy Benton

Max Cullen

as Berger

David Argue

as Morris Norris

Crew

Esben Storm

Director

International Releases Dates

Australia 23 August 1984

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